Micklethwait Craft Meats is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

1. Micklethwait Craft Meats

9.3
1309 Rosewood Ave, Austin, TX
Food Truck · Central East Austin · 66 tips and reviews

SaraSara: Brisket frito pie for $8 can't be beat. Brisket is delicious, portions are just right, atmosphere is delightful.

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Micklethwait's homemade sausage—varieties like duck and cherry, lamb and apricot, which rotate daily—is what truly distinguishes his operation. Even the beef sausage is moist and snappy.

Molly H.Molly Harris: The Sliced pork shoulder, lamb chorizo and jalapeño grits were incredible.

Pinthouse Pizza is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

2. Pinthouse Pizza

9.3
4236 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX
Pizza Place · Barton Hills · 31 tips and reviews

Austin T.Austin Talbert: Second port of call for this great brewpub. Beer is among the best in Austin. 🍕 pizza is good too. Great lunch special.

Mor B.Mor Barkan: Home-brewed beers are great! 15 are brewed here + 30 others (on tap). Pizzas are good but pepperoni pizza is too oily. Caeser salad was bad. Overall good vibes.

Dianey S.Dianey Sandoval: Great place and pizza... service was quick and you can tell they use fresh ingredients...

Pho Please is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

3. Pho Please

9.2
1920 E Riverside Dr, Austin, TX
Vietnamese Restaurant · Riverside · 11 tips and reviews

Evan K.Evan Kusch: When I first found this place, I was here at least once a week. The porkbelly bahn mi is great, and I also like the brisket pho. You will not be disappointed.

Ryan J.Ryan Joy: I really enjoyed the banh mi and pork belly bao (steamed buns). Super-friendly staff.

LukeLuke: Clean, simple, and painless place to get your pho fix

Tacodeli is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

4. Tacodeli

9.1
4200 N Lamar Blvd (42nd St.), Austin, TX
Taco Place · Rosedale · 125 tips and reviews

Zack M.Zack Minarick: Tried three of the breakfast tacos. All amazing

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The Tacoloco, filled with brisket braised until fall apart-soft in adobo sauce, then topped with guacamole, cilantro, queso, is a shining star in this menu and definitely worth trying.

TYTY: Cowboy tacos are bomb diggity

Péché is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

5. Péché

9.2
208 W 4th St (Colorado St.), Austin, TX
Cocktail Bar · Downtown Austin · 177 tips and reviews

Betsy G.Betsy GM: Wheelchair access on sidewalk that starts on the alley on Colorado.

Amber C.Amber Crisci: The Mac and cheese and mushroom fritters are great. Order the mustache gun for your drink. Not on the menu, but it is AWESOME.

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Reader tip: For some of the best cocktails in town, go to Peche on 4th Street. They make their own bitters as a sign of their devotion. Read more.

Gourdough's Public House is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

6. Gourdough's Public House

9.0
209 W 5th St Ste B (Lavaca St), Austin, TX
Bar · Downtown Austin · 20 tips and reviews

Sam M.Sam Melnick: The Black Betty is where it's at. Blackberry, cream cheese frosting, cake mix, and honey butter work magic on a doughnut.

Kelly C.Kelly Canton: A wise man once told me just eat it.

Vinaya V.Vinaya Vishwanath: Dirty bird is amazing. Any burger here is amazing. Yum.

Shake Shack is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

7. Shake Shack

9.1
11228 Domain Drive, Austin, TX
Burger Joint · North Burnet · 23 tips and reviews

Ailie C.Ailie Chang: Great addition to the Domain. Get the Smokeshack and try the 'Shroom burger even if you're not a vegetarian.

Adam P.Adam Pan: Juicy burger, thick shake. Way better than P Terry's.

Jon B.Jon Battle: Excellent burger, fries, and custard !!

Yard Bar is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

8. Yard Bar

9.0
6700 Burnet, Austin, TX
Bar · Allandale · 12 tips and reviews

Kevin V.Kevin Vasconcellos: Dogs have lots of fun, while humans enjoy a cocktail or great selection of beers. Try the hush puppies at the restaurant. Yum.

AzyxAAzyxA: The cheese plate is amazing!

Josh A.Josh A: Awesome dog and beer spot. Separate little dog area. A must do for dog lovers. Negatives? Check in is slow. No "bark rangers" in small dog area. Restaurant is separate (what about your dog?).

Parkside is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

9. Parkside

9.0
301 E 6th St (at San Jacinto Blvd), Austin, TX
New American Restaurant · Downtown Austin · 144 tips and reviews

Conrad H.Conrad Hametner: If the scallops are in season, try the scallop and pear combination on the raw bar. It is excellent. Read more.

CheapismCheapism: Stop by this 6th street institution on Wednesdays for 1/2 price Oysters and Champagne. Great atmosphere for friends or an intimate dinner.

Bon Appetit MagazineBon Appetit Magazine: At this Sixth Street newbie, chef Shawn Cirkiel serves elevated bar food like crab fritters, ricotta ravioli, classic steak tartare, and loup de mer with fennel vinaigrette.

Emerald Tavern Games and Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

10. Emerald Tavern Games and Cafe

8.8
9012 Research Blvd (Burnet Rd), Austin, TX
Gaming Cafe · Crestview - Wooten · 16 tips and reviews

James G.James Gaskin: Beer, mead, and board games. What more do you need for a good fight?

Michelle M.Michelle Mutuc: Some of the games available for free play

Mia M.Mia Moore: Grab a drink of your choice, chat it up with the workers, try a new board game, hang out with your friends. My reccs? Munchin, Catan, Tokkaido.

Voodoo Doughnut Austin V is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

11. Voodoo Doughnut Austin V

8.9
212 E 6th St (at Brazos St), Austin, TX
Donut Shop · Downtown Austin · 59 tips and reviews

Eden E.Eden Ess: Maple bacon bars are amazing!!

Max K.Max K: Delicious, unique donuts and great decor. Open 24 hours!

Michael F.Michael Fuentes: Try the bacon maple bar

Cheer Up Charlie's is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

12. Cheer Up Charlie's

9.0
900 Red River St (at 9th St), Austin, TX
Bar · Downtown Austin · 38 tips and reviews

S. Z.S. Zorn: Beautiful outdoor seating, beautiful murals, delicious cocktails featuring flavors such as komboocha and fresh ginger.

Eric L.Eric Love: One of Austin's best party venues! This place is rockin' at SXSW! Thanks to my new Supper app: http://supper.mx/places/cheer-up-charlie's-austin/

Melissa G.Melissa Garcia: Plenty of seating outside and even on the opposite side of the outdoor stage. The flooring looks amazing and everything is all polished nice.

Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

13. Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que

8.8
217 Congress Ave (at 2nd St), Austin, TX
BBQ Joint · Downtown Austin · 26 tips and reviews

Stephanie H.Stephanie H: Brisket, ribs, jalapeño bacon mac n cheese!

Ben Z.Ben Zweig: Free beans in the condiment buffet. BBQ done right, 'nuff said.

Aaron V.Aaron Vincent: Pork chop is ridiculously good. Each one weighs over a pound. Jalapeño mac-and-cheese is yum/spicy. Pinto beans, pickles/onions, and white bread included free with food purchase. Highly recommended!

Slab BBQ is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

14. Slab BBQ

8.8
9012 Research Blvd (Burnet), Austin, TX
BBQ Joint · Crestview - Wooten · 15 tips and reviews

Kevin V.Kevin Vasconcellos: The Texas Trill is amazing...chopped brisket, sausage slices, and chopped pulled rib meat... wash it down with a specialty brew from Hops & Grain or Independence Brewing.

Adam S.Adam Stallman: Once a food truck, now a brick and mortar location. This BBQ joint offers up mouth watering Sammy's, a.k.a BBQ sandwiches piled high with a variety of meat combos. Not your typical BBQ joint.

Amy D.Amy D: The Notorious P.I.G. Is where it's at!

Kebabalicious is one of The 15 Best Places for Handicap Accessible in Austin.

15. Kebabalicious

8.8
1311 E 7th St (Navasota St), Austin, TX
Turkish Restaurant · Central East Austin · 72 tips and reviews

Burcu O.Burcu Ozlem: Not a Turkish one, but we can say "Turkish style". Was really delicious. Try lamb kebap which was really good. One of the best in Austin.

Lars P.Lars Plougmann: The tastiest kebab is scientifically proven to be the beef/lamb combo with the added spicy feta option

Rob Z.Rob Zaleski: Beef/Lamb combo. Do it.